The Tango DJs

David Prime (UK)

He has been part of Tango Feast since the beginning, back in 2008. He is a versatile DJ, when he DJs at the evening, he produces a whole vibrant set of Traditional Music. When DJ during the afternoon or morning, David plays traditional music with a touch of non-so-traditional. During the evening milonga of “traditional tango music”, David is in charge of alternative tango music in our neo-tango dance room. Most of the participants of Tango Feast are lovers of traditional music, but, in this way, those who like the other staff, also they have a place to dance it, creating a truly tango feast.

Fernando Guidi

He has being DJing since 2002 in many different milongas and Festival in UK as well as abroad. He play traditional tango music, a greta selection for dancing, and he take the dancers through a journey
For years he has been mainly the Dj at the evenings at Tango Feast with some exceptions, and together with David , they had set a good part of the flavor of Tango Feast itself. Now he only DJ one or two evenings at Tango Feast
When He DJ he careful select each tanda inspired by the present dancers as well as the music that he like/love to dance.
Also he DJ monthly at "Milonga in Exeter", that he organized, attracting every time more and more dancers with it relax and fun atmosphere.

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David Thomas (UK)

David is the co-organizer and Dj of Tango Journey
David’s music has a great taste carefully selected from the 1920s to 1950s and is played in the tandas interspersed with cortinas that take you back to your pre-tango dancing days.
Daivd DJs at the Tango Journey milongas and guests as DJ elsewhere such as: Thames Valley Tango in Eton;  Juntos in Maida Vale, London; Carablanca in Holborn, London; the Tango Feast in Devon; and elsewhere.

Alan Twigg (Ger)

He love playing the beautiful rich music that tango is. It’s a genuine pleasure for me to put together tandas that move people to dance. There is so much wonderful music to choose from and so much richness and depth. It’s amazing. There are wonderful orchestras, truly talented singers and some incredible combinations of both.
Not only that, nothing is fixed. Some months I love a particular orchestra and the next month I’ve fallen for another. All of us, whether we are dancers, DJs or both are always discovering something new in the music. Isn’t that marvellous? We are all very lucky to have Tango.
I enjoy playing music from the late 20s through to the 50s, but the majority of the tracks I play are from between 1935 and 1945.

Stania (UK)

She has been Teaching Tango for years together with Fernando Guidi and alone, and in the last few years she also started to DJ. She is deep into traditional tango music, which she put together in tasteful way, keeping the dancer on their feet.

Paul Rogers (UK)

He has been Djing for years, at Halo , and really sweet milonga in Bristol that he run with his wife Maureen. He love the traditional music and with his great taste of music, sweet , soft ,rythmical, is able to keep dancer on their feet all day long.
He rarely play music in many other places than Bristol area, however he style and quality will well position among the more well know Tango Djs

Michael C. (UK)

He has been dancing Tango for years, and in the last few years he also start to DJ. He has a beautiful balance of sensitivity and great taste when it come to the music he plays. He has been to Tango Feast several times as a dancer. In Dec 2012 he played music for first time at T. Feast. it was a great contribution. So we are glad that he will be playing music again for all of you.

Paul Strudwick

Paul Strudwick

Paul Strudwick is a BBC trained freelance sound engineer with his own recording truck. He also DJs and organises the Magic Roundabout milongas, and DJs at other milongas including Eton, Juntos London, Burley, and Abrazo Dulce. He was one of the founders of the Encuentro Milonguero “Una Mirada” in Bristol. He is collecting and transferring tango 78s to digital files, hopefully for later release, and he founded the popular Facebook group “The Tango Now Playing in My Head Is …“.